Reekado Banks Replaces EP Release With Sophomore Album
Former Mavin records artiste and boss of Banks Music, Reekado Banks who was expected by fans to release his EP which he promised has revealed that he will no longer be releasing an EP again rather he is making it an album, which will be his sophomore album.
This announcement was revealed by Reekado Banks on Instagram in a rather hilarious video where the singer said instead of he will be dropping an album rather than the expected EP which obviously means “More Gbedu”
“tori wey don reach us say ogbonge superstar, Reekado Banks no go drop EP any longer… but make una cam dam, make una no worry, make una no fear, make una no bother because wetin dey come pass wetin dey pass. Na album dey drop na which means, more gbedu for unu head”
Well, you’ve heard it from the superstar himself. Reekado Banks will be releasing his second studio album since his first album dropped in September 2016 with Mavin Records.
Last year, Reekado Banks left the recording label after his contract came to an end to start his own and it is great news that less than 6 months of announcing his own label, the singer will be releasing an album for his fans.